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senator john mccain and senator lindsay graham, the two saber-rattlers vowing to oppose if the dream act is attached. senator graham quoting, this is an all-time low for me being in the senate, and that's saying something. the one area kept off limits from partisan politics has been the defense of our nation." wow, have you been in the nation the last nine years? senators graham and mccain had already said they would oppose the defense bill because it includes a repeal of don't ask, don't tell. but senate majority leader harry reid who may move for cloture next week says, quote, senator mccain and anyone else who think that is the dream act is not related to national security should talk to the brave young men and women who want to defend our country but are turned away. senator mccain should know better than anyone that patriots should be offered a path to citizenship and anyone who volunteers to serve should be welcomed regardless of their sexual orientation." three democratic lawmakers met with the president in the white house. we are joined by one of them, the representative from the
't think there is any excuse for it. >> senator lindsay graham, replied to "countdown's" request for a statement, quoting him, i very much share general petraeus's concern about how such actions could further jeapordize the safety of our soldiers. we should not make our soldiers' job even harder and their service more dangerous. house republican leader john boehner merely called the koran burning not wise but could not resist equating the burning of one religion's scripture with building a religious center. >> secretary of state clinton, general petraeus have spoken out against it. what is your message for pastor jones? >> for pastor jones and those who want to build the mosque just because you have a right to do something in america does not mean it is the right thing to do. we're a nation of religious freedom. we're also a nation of tolerance. i think in the name of tolerance people ought to think about the >> so you're telling him not to do it. sir? you're telling him not to do it? >> listen, i just think it's not wise to do this in the face of what our country really represen
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